All posts with tag:Moscow

And although mountain peaks and snow-covered ski slopes do not open from the windows of this modern house in Moscow, Russia, designers of Buro2D still managed to recreate the atmosphere of an alpine chalet in its interiors. Abundance of wooden surfaces, stone walls, wood fireplace, calm natural fireplace – these are the main features of…

This apartment in Moscow is closely connected with history and art. Firstly, it is located in a house built in 1908, which, as they say, was often visited by the poet Vladimir Mayakovsky, who lived nearby. Secondly, its owners are the family of an actor and a theater artist, who is fond of painting and…

Neatness, laconism, efficiency – interiors of this Moscow apartment reflects well the life values of the owner of the home, a modern business woman. If it were not for rare insertions of delicate pastel shades in some rooms, the design could well be called masculine. In general, the color scheme is calm and restrained, only…

Bright paintings by famous artists, vintage furniture, art objects – this home was decorated bit by bit at antique fairs and contemporary art exhibitions, which the project designers visited with the owner. That is why every corner of the apartment is fraught with a mystery, every detail as if wants to tell its unique exciting…

Architectural studio Dvekati presented a very interesting project of an apartment in a house built in the 70s in Moscow, Russia. Designers tried to connect the decoration with its past because the time seemed to freeze in the building. “A polite concierge, fresh flowers in pots and original wooden mailboxes meet you at the entrance,”…

We have been following the work by wonderful designer Katerina Lashmanova since 2014 when we first posted a beautiful house in Moscow suburbs on her project. It was interesting to observe how the Katerina’s style and design vision evolved over time: if initially, we admired her classic spaces, her projects lately have become more sophisticated…

This unusual apartment in an old house on Frunze Embankment in Moscow has a very interesting story. The owners – a young creative family – after the birth of the twins, decided not to move to a bigger apartment, but acted rather non-standardly – they bought another one just next to the main unit. The…

Designer’s homes are like an experimental ground for the most daring ideas of their owners because there is no need to coordinate this or that decision with someone and persuade the client for a too colorful interior. In this small Moscow apartment of 55 sqm the owners created a wonderful eclectic space, built on a…